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December Creative Play: Day 8 Teapot Photo Ornament by Candace Jedrowicz

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The Cool2Craft Creative Play theme for December is “Give Yourself a Gift.” You give to everyone else during the holidays and all year long. Time to give yourself a treat! Make something, go somewhere, do something that’s just for you and photograph it! Then share it with us – post it on the Cool2Craft Creative Play blog on the Hive. Anything goes! I’m going to run with this theme and craft every day in December. I’ll be posting tutorials and videos as well as making some kits available at the Marketplace. Join me on Cool2Craft for 31 days of blissful, healing, creative play and give yourself the gift of play, too! [Candace J.]

I love teapots and cups!  Their graceful shapes intrigue me and make me smile.  This is a fun and easy-to-make photo ornament.  Start by thinking about your photo and what colors and/or patterns of card stock will complement it.  Print out the teapot and teacup shapes I’ve provided and choose one that will fit your photo, or draw one of your own.

You will need:

A photo

Card stock

Scissors

A craft knife

Brown yarn

Aleene’s Quick Dry Tacky Glue

Glitter Glue

December Creative Play Day 8 by Candace Jedrowicz Template 240x300 December Creative Play: Day 8 Teapot Photo Ornament by Candace Jedrowicz Choose your shapes and cut them out.  Trace them on the back of your card stock. Click here for full size printable patterns.
December Creative Play day 8 Teapot Photo Ornament by Candace Jedrowicz 1 281x300 December Creative Play: Day 8 Teapot Photo Ornament by Candace Jedrowicz The ornament is two sided.  The best way to make sure both pieces are the same is to cut two pieces at once.
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